We’ve already brought you the Turbo Tappin’ version of the Thanksgiving Event and now it’s time for the full dialogue walkthrough!
The walkthrough starts with the unlocking of Lisa’s Sacagawea costume and continues with Lisa’s quest for a Turkeyless Thanksgiving! Some really funny moments in this quest, hope you all enjoy it!
The Thanksgiving update will auto-start for you with a dialogue between Lisa and Homer. Here’s the dialogue: Homer: What’s this weird paper stuff in the mailbox? Lisa:It’s called “mail.” Homer:You mean they invented a paper version of electronic mail? Science is amazing! Ooh! A big “mail”! Maybe it’s full of more “paper”. Lisa:It’s a Sacagawea costume I ordered. I saved up all my Sacagawea dollars to pay for it. Homer:Honey, the dollar doesn’t have Sacawhoever on it. It has George Washington, the inventor of money. Lisa:I wanted to dress up as Sacagawea to celebrate the rich cultural history of Thanksgiving. Homer:A white girl dressing up like a native American? I don’t know, that sounds a little racist to me. Lisa:Just give me the costume.
New Costume Unlock! After tapping on Sacagawea Lisa
Lisa will have to be free at this point in order to start the main quest. Lisa starts the next part. Again just dialogue, no actual quests just yet. Continue reading →
I REALLY like the giant ship floating in my Squidport now. EA made me very happy in this decoration. Yes, it does cost a lil bit of donuts. But it looks SOOOO cool. Now for what you came here to find out. Where in the Simpsons world did the Mayflower come from?
Well hello there. Having a fun week yet? I know I am. Alissa came back, tried to lock me in the basement again…but no one knows I found the firework stash. How can you keep a furry Bunny locked up? Here goes nothin. Shhhhhh. kaBOOOOOM! FREEDOM!! Lol
Thanksgiving has arrived in Springfield! But, with all of the new Thanksgiving premium items that are limited-time it may be overwhelming trying to decide which items to buy and what to pass on. With that limited-time label on items I know it can be tempting to just buy everything you can. But, have no fear! That’s where we come in to tell you what’s worth your donuts & what you might want to hold off on.
Wondering if you should add the Indian Casino to your Springfield? Well before you hit that confirm button, let’s break down the Pros and Cons of adding this combo to your Springfield.
Character & Building: Tribal Chief & Caesar’s Pow-Wow Indian Casino Donut Price: 150 donuts Pros:
-Comes with it’s own 10 part questline
-Adds 10 points to your consumerism rating
-Chief will earn premium rates in cash and XP for all jobs
-Something new and different to add to your Springfield
-Voiced, but not really. Mostly just “hmm” and grunts.
-Chief will use the Casino for tasks once the main quest is complete
-Building makes Slot Machine Noises when tapped
Cons: -Pricey. At 150 donuts he’s not the most expensive character and building combo (heck Disco Stu was 180 donuts), but it’s still a high price. -No character interaction after main questline is complete
Personally, I think the Indian Casino is a good buy. It’s got a lot of features to it that make it a nice addition to Springfield AND it’s something different in your town (makes a nice addition along the beach front). If you have the donuts I say go for it, but if you’re a little hesitate I can understand you wanting to wait just a bit. Just remember this is a LIMITED-TIME item and once it’s gone, it’s gone…so be sure to get it before the event is over if you’re thinking about it.
Tribal Chief’s Tasks
Shop at Kwik-E-Mart
Attend a Corporate Meeting
Embark on a Vision Quest
Learn about Springfield’s Culture
Hand Out Expired Vouchers
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